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Congratulations West Chester University class of 
2008! Yes, this is a farewell but also a warm 
welcome. A farewell to all the amazing and fun-filled 
experiences we've had at West Chester. A farewell to 
friends, classmates and professors. A farewell to 
living on campus (and off) and to a college meal 
plan to Lawrence and Sykes. But most of all, its a 
welcome to the rest of your life! After four, or 
maybe more years of school, you are ready to show 
the world what your time at West Chester University 
is worth. Hopefially you never forget the memories 
but every time you do. Just open this book and take 
yourself back to your college years and 1 bet it will 
bring a big smile to your face. 



-Jlfaiafee Spina 

Editor-in-Chief of the Serpentine Yearbook 2007-2008 



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any changes have occured here at West Chester University over the years. What used to bt 

called West Chester State College and before that, our beloved institution was West Cheste 
Normal School (though Normal, most would argue, we are not!) With all the addition o 
thousands of students, many structral changes have been necessary. This year even mon 
construction is in the process, in the fall of 2009 two new dormatory complexes will be up an( 
running, Brandywine and Allegheny Hails. 




n between classes, students are usually found lingering around the sidewalks and grassy areas 

commonly known as the Academic Quad. On bright sunny days, this is a perfect area to admire 
the hustle and bustle of college life. You can also enjoy the view of Asplundh, also known as the 
castle, which is just one of the many unique architectural buildings on campus. The Academic 
Quad is the setting for the oldest buildings on campus which are Ruby Jones Hall, Anderson Hall, 
Recitation hall, and the Old Library. Out of these five building, three of them are made of the 
green-hued Serpentine stone. 




ooking around you'll find students all over campus. Surely the Lawrence Center will be full of 
hungry students or why not go over to the Sykes Union Center to study, get involved, or 
maybe just grab a cup of coffee at Java City! West Chester University is blessed with stunning 
architecture and beautiful landscaping. It is truly a wondeful campus and easy on the eyes, 
especially during the spring when the trees are in full bloom. 



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^'TTF^Re busy schedule that most West Chester students have, studying is probably, and 

hopefully, one of the top priorities on every students' list. Whether you prefer to study in your 
dorm room, at the library, or in a lounge it is a task that must be done. An outsider could vary 
easily tell when it is midterm and finals time just by the plethora of students with their noses in 
books all around campus. So study hard, and don't forget to have some fun too! 





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Residence Halls and the perfect places to meet new friends, make 
connections, and experience new and extraordinary opportunities. 
West Chester University residence halls are an integral part of the 
total college experience. If you live on campus, the opportunity to 
be more involved, meet more people, succeed academically, and 
be challenged is within your grasp. Pursuing intellectual 
activities, exploring your individuality, and developing 
independence creates a unique combination that expands every 
aspect of college life. 



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What's your favorite thing about living on South Campus? 

Maddie Koegel- Getting to cook own food, Good experience living in am apartment, 
helps prepare for the future 

Chelsey Parvin- More comfortable being away from all the commotion and more 
independent, by all the sports complexes, and getting to cook own food 

Tianna Green- More private, good parking, more homey, and more mature 



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Lying in the heart of Chester County, the town of West Chester is one of the 
most beautiful in the state. Known for its tall, shady trees that line the 
brick sidewalks that university students walk on for the quick five minute 
trip downtown. What makes West Chester special, though, are the plethora 
of shops, galleries and restaurants nestled on every block. Regardless of 
taste, there is something for every shopper, diner or causal browser and 
West Chester students know more than anyone else that this town is truly 
golden in the rough! 



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An appealing aspect of WCU is its proximity to downtown West Chester. The majority of 
downtown Hfe consists of dehcious restaurants, quaint shops, and many, many bars. 
Despite the fact that only a third of a students' time here are they legally allowed to drink, 
the bars are a major part of a Dub-C weekend. There are about nine different bars, all 
within a five block radius of each other. As long as you don't live in the dorms, you're 
pretty much golden. So when you need a much needed study break, or you're just feeling 
up to a night on the town, get a couple of good friends and take a walk into West Chester. 
Go out and have some fun! Hit some of the bars in town and make some memories that 
will last you your entire hfetime! 



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No matter what night of the week it is there is always something going on around the 
campus of West Chester University. The Students' Activities Council always has events 
planned to keep students busy and entertained. Varying from impressive Open Mic 
Nights to crazy talent shows WCU is always up to something. The lights of Sykes Student 
Union are always illuminating the southern end of campus. Often, there are guests who 
come to campus at night, such as comedians and current events speakers. There is never a 
dull moment on the campus of West Chester, and the nightUfe proves it! 



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When not hard at work studying for challenging classes West Chester students love to have 
fun! It is not a strange site to see pick-up games of frisbee and volleyball in the Quad or in 
dorm yards. Many other activities keep WCU students preoccupied. The campus is 
always abuzz with volunteer efforts. Raising money for many different charities such as 
cancer or autism is a very common sight. Even just hanging out in a friend's dorm room 
can be fun. Many close friendships are formed while living on the West Chester campus 
and what better way is there to allow a relationship to grow than simply keeping each other 
company and informing each other of the latest campus gossip. No matter what they are 
up to it is sure that when not attending to their curriculum West Chester students will be 
focused on the extra curricular activities. 



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•let your head in the game! This year's 

homecoming was a weekend to remember. It began 
with a pep rally on hoiiinger field, with performances 
by the cheerleading squad, various campus singers 
and was highlighted by a giant bonfire! 

Saturday morning began with a very sports 
themed parade. People lined Rosedale Avenue to 
watch the various floats and musical numbers. Fans 
got to enjoy the sounds of Michael Jackson, the 
High School Musical "cast", and Queen, just to name 
a few! 

Later on in the day, fans got to enjoy the 
Rams 44-28 victory over conference rival 
Bloomsburg Huskies. During half-time, WCG 
students and alumni watched as the 2007 
Homocoming King and Queen were crowned. 
Talk about one busv dav! 





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The second annual West Chester Relay for 
Life was another success. The goal was to 
beat lost year's funds of $40,000. The 
university banded to raise awareness for a 
very real problem that has touched us all in 
one way or another. Each team had their 
own specific theme and set up stands 
where they sold small items or provided 
unique services or gomes to increase profit. 
The Relay was a fun-filled twenty-four hour 
event. Speakers visited to tell the campus 
about their own personal experiences with 
the disease and how they conquered it, It 
was touching to see so many young people 
come together for a good cause. 





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Relay for Life 



Driving down Rosedale Avenue one is bound to 
notice West Chester University's newest 
adornment. Located in front of the Old Library is 
a bold looking bronze ram. It is the newest edition 
to campus, and a great one at that. You can often 
find students climbing on it taking photos, 
perspective students admiring it, and alumni 
proudly gazing at it. Although the statue wasn't 
complete for the beginning of the fall semester it 
was soon unveiled at the dedication where people, 
such as President Adler, spoke about the occasion 
and a small ensemble from the music school 
performed. It was a wonderful addition to 
campus, and a great event President Adler got to 
attend during her last year on campus 





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Calling all singers, dancers, artists, and musicians, do 
you have what it takes to be Miss WCU? Are you 
personable? A leader? Outstanding academically and 
socially? Well this year's 2008 Miss WCU pageant 
contestants believed so!! The night was filled with 
singing, dancing, and some delightful piano numbers. 
Over the course of two hours, the lovely contestants 
stmtted their stuff in casual and evening wear, and 
showcased their talents; all of them vying to prove that 
they have what it takes to represent the Royal Purple 
and Gold. At the finale of the program, one lovely lady 
proved superior than all of the rest. Junior, Jackie 
Chilcote charmed the judges with her beautiful operatic 
ballad, her lovely evening wear, and her succinct and 
well thought out answers to some challenging questions. 
Yes, this star proved that it takes more than just beauty 
to be Miss WCU. 





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The bold and the beautiful, the daring and the debonair, 
the amusing and the adventurous; this year, many 
different types of men came out for the first annual Mr. 
WCU pageant. Unafraid to be shamelessly oggled by 
hundreds of screaming West Chester women, the men 
took the program to the next level, giving the college 
community something to talk about for weeks to come. 
The first annual pageant began with a bang, hosted by 
MTV's Real World/ Road Rules reality star. Diem. 
Singing, dancing, stand-up comedy were no common 
talents displayed to the stage as the audience swooned 
and laughed in conjunction with the men performing. In 
the end, only one man proved that he was the total 
package; tall, good-looking, senior, music major, Chris 
Dickerson. The crowd watched in amazement as he 
played a remix of popular Disney tunes and current hits 
such as "With You", by Chris Brown. This year's 
pageant was yet another SAC success, with hopefully 
more to come in the future! 





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The campus was all abuzz starting very early on 
April 2. All over campus you could see 
protesters and supporters, American flags, and 
even the secret service! The media has been 
making young people aware of how important it 
is to be involved in decisions that affect the 
entire country. West Chester students embraced 
this and had the perfect chance to see what the 
Democratic nominee is all about. The tickets to 
see Hardball with Senator Obama were at a 
premium. Only one thousand were rationed for 
the entire campus. Students waited four hours 
in pouring rain for them. WCU experienced a 
piece of history as they watched Obama get 
bombarded with the toughest questions that 
everyone was dying to know. The wait in the 
storm was definitely worth it! 



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On March 27, Sykes Student Union was flooded 
with students, community members, and 
Chelsea Clinton. Miss Clinton visited West 
Chester University in order to support her 
mother. Senator Hillary Clinton, in the race 
against Senator Obama to become the 
Democratic nominee for president. Chelsea 
touched on several issues that touch college 
students personally, such as education and 
paying for college, that her mother is in favor of. 
With the upcoming election, and college 
students being of legal age to vote it is important 
to keep up to date on issues such as education. 
Miss Clinton also touched on subjects such as 
healthcare, grants, taxes, and of course the Iraq 
war. 





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Bands gathered from all over campus 
to compete in this year's Battle of the 
Bands competition. A impressive 
display of musical talents rocked out 
in Sykes Ballroom. Battle of the 
Bands has been going on for several 
years and has been a success each and 
every time it is put on. Because there 
are so many music majors and other 
musically talented students, Battle of 
the Bands offers a less formal and 
stressful way to display their musical 
talents and get the campus interacting 
and showing interest in each other 's 
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V-day is a movement going on world wide to 
stop violence against girls and women 
everywhere. The "V" in V-day stands for 
Victory, Valentine and Vagina. V-day was 
born in 1998 as an outgrowth of Eve Ensler's 
Obie-Award winning play, "The Vagina 
monologues." This play is performed in small 
towns and large cities all over the world to 
promote awareness and raise money for a 
great cause. One of the goals of this college 
campaign is to empower young people, since 
they are the messengers of the future. These 
women might talk about things from rape to 
incest and genital mutilation. Performers are 
able to take such a serious topic and make it 
interesting and at times very funny. It is a 
night that everyone should partake in. 





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If you are looking to attend a 
theatrical display, WCU offers an 
innumerable amount of shows each 
year. It is rare to walk past the E.O. 
Bull Center without seeing a plug for 
the latest show. Having several shows 
each year is an excellent way for West 
Chester's many talented actors and 
actresses to showcase their dramatic 
talents. You are really missing out if 
you don't spend a weekend evening 
watching a West Chester University 
Theater Department production! 





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Who can you count on to psych 
everyone up at a pep rally? Pep up a 
crowd at a basketball game? Entertain 
during halftime of an exciting football 
game? Or even put on an elegant 
concert in the evening? The Music 
Department has some of the busiest 
students on campus. They are always 
up to something! West Chester 
University is a very musical college and 
offers students many chances to 
showcase their talents. There is never a 
quiet moment on campus when you 
have so many musically talented 
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Once a year West Chester University 
officially goes bananas. From early in 
the morning kiosks are handing out 
bananas as you walk passed, gorillas 
and oversized bananas invade 
campus, and you see students 
partaking in hilarious acts. Now I ask 
you, what would possess a group of 
freshmen boys to run around the quad 
in a tiny Speedo? A girl to do fifty 
jumping jacks while screaming "I love 
bananas"? Or several students to 
compete to see how many bananas 
they can eat in a minute? To earn one 
of the elusive Banana Day t-shirts of 
course! It is a great day to ease the 
pre-finalsjitters. 



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The Concert for Cancer was much 
more than just a concert. It was more 
like an all day festival! Throughout 
the day there were various activities 
going on. There was a t-shirt design 
display, singing, face painting, food 
kiosks, and a small craft fair. Honors 
College also participated by informing 
others about their Aid to South Africa 
mission. West Chester University is a 
very compassionate campus and it is 
great to see everyone banding together 
for a common goal. 





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seasoNj ^as a successful ONe aui the teaivi as ^ell as its 
Meivibers, ^as hoNored ^ith several awards The MeN ^ere 
raNked NUMber eight on the 2007 Don HaNseNs Football 
Gazette All -Northeast RegioN list Both Lateef FergusoN aNd 
Mike ^ashiNgtoN vere Naivied All-AiviericaN HoNorable 
MeNtioNs Bill Z^aaN Jr ^as selected as the 2007 Tri- State 
player of the year- the first GoldeN Raivi to be choseN for this 
hoNor- The teaivi vas coached by Bill Z^aaN Sr. '^o guided 
the teaM to aN 8- 3 seasON. cliNChiNg theivi a seat In the NCAA 11 
playoffs In vhich the Raivis hosted iNdiaNa UNiversity of 
PeNNsylvaNia Sadly, the Raivis fell to the Ha^s iN a 35-45 
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RaMS at couNtless sporfiNq eveNtv The ^CU cheerleaders, of 
course- These girls brightly adorNed In bright purple aNd gold. 
Never tail to pui\^ up the teaivi aNd get the taNs really iNto the 
gaiMe. At baskettall aNd football gaivies the cheerleaders sho^ off 
cheers. chaNts daNces aNd stuNtiNg sJ<ills Tryouts ^ere held In 
the spriNg of 2007 Those selected accoiMpaNied head coach. 
Kelly BergaN. to the UNiversity of ScraNtoN In August for cheer 
cawp The sei\^iNar ^as hosted by the UNiversal CheerleadiNg 
AssociatioN college divisioN. There, sJ^ills ^^ere sharpeNed aNd 
Nev skills vere learNed Wiile at this cais^ WXi cheerleaders 
^ere proudly awarded the leadership a^ard. first place In 
sideliNe routiNes aNd third place In the cheer divisioN out of the 
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What a year- It ^as a year for chaNge ^ith a Ne^ 

head coach aNd a Ne^ assistaNt coach, the teaivi ^as 
ready to qo' The girls got om a tough traiNiNg 
schedule aui worked hard to get do^N their 
routiNes' CoiMpetiNg In Nuivierous hoivie aNd a^ay 
Meets the girls eNded their seasoN at hoivie for 1he 
2008 ECACs placiNg third At the ECAC Rachel 
Karslov ^as Naivied the coNfereNces scholar athlete 
of the year. BalaNciNg academics au\ sports caN be a 
difficult task therefore the coNfereNce coiviMeNded 
Karslo^ on her accoiMplishivieNts \u au\ out of the 
classrooiv) It ^as a rebuilding year for this young 
teaivi. ^CU caNt wait to see ^at they do next 
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I he Lady Rai^s coi\^leted aNother successful seasoN 1his fall 

IVIaNV of these accoiMplished athletes earNed awards both on the 
field ahd off Both LaureN Boyer aNd LaureN GiNNONa ^ere 
coMlVle^ded on there excelleNce In the classrooivi by The 
Philadelphia iNquirer Boyer also has proveN herself on the field 
In additioN to here accedeiviic avards she ^as also Naivied to the 
secoNd teaiN^ DaktroNics NCAA DivisioN U ^oi\^eNs Soccer 
All-AMerica squad. CoSlDA All- District teaiM. aNd 2007 PSAC 
char4)ioNship All -League squad. JoiNiNq Boyer on the 2007 
PSAC chai\4}ioNship All-League squad ^ere teaivn^ates BrittaNy 
Yetter. Sarah Oswald aNd ChristiNe ThurvaNger BeyoNd 
iNdividual accoiviplishivieNts the teaivi itself ^as successful 
RouNdiNg out the seasoN ^ith a 17-4-2 seasoN The GoldeN 
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Hopes of playoffs '^ere ruNNiNq rai\^Nt through 1he 

IVli^ds of the GoldeiM Raivis MeN s Soccer teaM KeepiNg 
their heads in the qaivie the boys pulled off a successful 
seasoN ^iNNiNg over half of their gaivies Although the 
teaiM ^as Not able to iMake it to the fiNals they ^ere 
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reasoNs to be proud Five ivieiMbers of the GoldeN Raivis 
teaM ^ere Naivied to the PS AC All -League teaM 
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Mllersville 
Lock HaveN 
ShippeNsburq 

Kulztovi^ 

Slippery Rock 

Past Stroudsburg 

BlooMsburg 

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91 



i he 2007 GoldeN RaiMS Volleyball teai\^ had a very successful 

year as 1hey tied "the schools record for a siNqle-seasoN record 
for ^iNs They also qualified for postseasoN qais^es for 1he third 
straight year \u a ro^. eNteriNq the postseasoN raNked seveNth 
In the AtlaNtic ReqioN The teais^ was led by seNior outside 
hitter KrlsteN Decker, ^o is raNked seveNth In the PSAC 
hittiNg perceNtage aNd fifth In kills per gaivie Wth help froi^ 
setter. Lisa Yeasted. ^o is raNked fifth In the coNfereNce for 
assists per gaiMe. this dyNaiviic duo doMNated the court every 
gaiN^e of this seasoN As the legacy gro^ aNd the teaM Matures 
it is certaiN that NothiNg but success lay In the future for these 
GoldeN RaMS 



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loly FaiMily 
Fast Stroudsburg 
FeliciaN 
KulztovN 
ShippeNsburg 

WlMlNgtON 

CheyMey 
Lock HaveN 

JL^PON 

Mllersville ■ 
Goldey Beacorvi 
East Stroudsburg 
Elizabeth Ci1y State 
WieeliMg Jesuit UNiversity 
UNiversity of the District of ColuMbi 
KutztowN 
IIF 

CaliforNiafa) 
leryRock 

lippeNsburg 
Chgytiey 

Philadelphia IJNiversiJ^ 
l^llersville 

jiNiversitv of the DistjiaB ColuMbia 




Volleyball 



93 



Cross Countn 



Doth ivieN aNd ^oivieN s cross couNty teaivis rouNded 

out the seasoN very successfully, aui wth uauy 
hoNors The ^est Chester University IVIeNs Cross 
Country teaivi ^as naivied on the list of 2007 
USTFCCA All- AcadeMic teaMs for their excelleNce \u 
the class rooivi as well as the course. Also, the teaM 
earNed a twelfth place fiNish at the regioNal ivieet at 
the eNd of the seasoN. The woiMeNs '^ere K)t far 
behi^Jd theivi fiNishiNg fourteenth at the regional 
coivpetitiON, The ^CU Lady RaMS also dazzled inside 
the classrooivi, as they were also ^JaIVled to the list of 
2007 USTFCCA All-AcadeiMic teaiMS 







Cross ^untrv 




Field Hockey 



I he Lady RaiMS field hockey teai\^ fiNished 1he 2007 

seasoN ^ith successes bo1h on aiMd off 1he field. Not 
ONly did these ladies play stroNq om the field but also 
^ere stroNq In their acadeiviics. ^est Chester 
University ^as recognized by the National Field 
Hockey Coaches- Association for excellent acadeiviics. 
^CU ^as honored by being placed ou the list of 
Division 1 National Acadeiviic Teaivis Being oue of 
the fe^ Division 1 sports teaivis on caiN^DUs the field 
hockey teaiM faces a rigorous schedule. The ladies 
rounded out their season winning five of their gaivies 
played all across the nation. 





OppoMeMt 

Rutgers 

Rider 

Lehigh 

IVIOlMMOUlb 

North CaroliiMa 
PeiMN State 

Colgate 

VillaMOva 

UrsiiMUS 

IVIassachusetts 

Rhode Island. ..- 

Rich^o^d 

M Louis 

St Joseph s 

TeiMple 

Lafayette 

La Salle 



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97 



Track & Fieid 



FreshiuaN Jarret PatoN certaiNly earNed his keep on 

the rvieNS Track aul Field teaiM at ^est Chester 
University This season EatoN brought hoivie several 
titles iN the MeN s 1 1 Meter hurdles The teaiM as a 
^ole finished fourth at the PSAC East ChalleNge and 
claiivied five top finishes at the Danny Curran 
Outdoor Invitational Ou the ^oiMen s tea^ Danielle 
Scardino ^as recognized by the USTFCXTA as au 
All -Academic athlete as ^ell as an All -American 
status in her specialty, hurdles Such au incredible 
athlete deserves such honors, but she coivies froiM a 
great teaM The tea^ as a ^ole placed fourth at the 
PSAC Challenge. 






Track UField 



Men's Basket 



It ^as a bittersweet e^diNg to the 2007-2008 

basketball seasoN. Atter forty successful years 
coachiM^ aNd t^eNty-ONe seasoNs of VleNs Basketball 
at ^est Chester UNiversity. Coach Dick DeLaMey 
aNNOUNced his retireiMeNt But he weiMt out with a 
baNg. ^est Chester was hoNored with several awards 
"this seasoN KeNNeth St George was Nailed to the 
PSAC East Seco^d TeaiM All-League Squad. Also, the 
week of February 1 1 held AaroN Siviith as its PSAC 
Rookie of the ^eek The teaM as a whole also was 
very successful wiNNiNg twelve of their gaivies aui 
craNkiNg two gaivies i^to overtiivie. Successful seasons 
a^Jd New coaches await these ueu m 2008-2009. 





Mens ' Wtsketball 






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Us 


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USP 




65 


WlMlNgtON 


75* 


# ^^ 


Philadelphia UNiversity 


58 


^ 77 


Slippery Rock 


79 


73 


Pdii^ro 


70 


56 


Goldey BeacoM 


64 


75 


Holey FaiMily 


61 


' --^ 80 


Calif OfNia (PAi 


64 


' 59 


FeliciaN 


75 


^t: 48 


ChestNutHill 


66 


58 


ShippeNsburg 


68 


63 


Lock HaveN 


69 


54 


lUP 


76 


80 


ClarioN 


59 


72 


KutztovN 


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CheyNey 


72 . i^ 


^B 91 


Fast Stroudsburg 


56 J^ 


^B 54 


BlooMsburg 


71 a^ 


^R' 59 


IVIaNsfield 


69 


79 


FeliciaN 


77 


59 


IVIillersville 


62 


75 1 


KulzlowN 

Fast Stroudsburg 


53 Jmt§ 58 1 


CheyNey 


69 


:$.1- 77 


IVIaNstield :y i(^ 


57 


60 


BlooMsburg 


59 


56 


Millersville 


37 


67 



Women's Bas 



DattliNg through au extreiviely lo^g schedule for 1he 

2007-2008 basi^elball season ^est Chester ^oiMeNS 
Basketball teaivi ^ere iiMpressiNg uauy The RaMs 
played a total of t^eNty-NiNe gaivies rou^Jdi^lg out the 
seasoN to a disappoiNtiNg 60-81 decision to the lUP 
CriMSON Ha^s \u the PSAC SeiviifiNal This ^as ^CUs 
eleventh appearance In the PSAC SeMifinals Although 
the season e^ded In disappointivient that certaiNly did 
not reflect the year as a ^ole Several of the teaM s 
ivieiMbers earned honors. Dana ^eeivis earned Athlete 
of the Year in postseason voting, and freshi^an MegaN 
Stuart earned Rookie of the Year as ^ell as Rookie of 
the ^eek. ^ay to go ^CU Lady RaMv 




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AldersoN Broaddus 
USP 

WllMlNqtON 

Slippery Rock 

EdiNboro 

LincoIn 

Colurvfcia Union 

Calif orNia f A) 

ShippeNsburq 

Lock HaveN 

Philadelphia UNiversily 

lUP 

OarioN 

KutztowN 

CheyNey 

Fast Stroudsburg 

Blooivisburg | ,' 

IVIaNsfield 

Mllersville 

KutztovN 

Coluiviia UNiON 

East Stroudsburg 

CheyNey 

IVIaNstield 

BloOMsburg 

Mllersville 

CheyNey 

TUP 



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62 

81 

74 

71 

69 

82 

73 

53 

62 

79 

65 

72 

68 

68 

60 

67 

78 

77 

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67 

85 

75 

84 

82 

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49 

84 

60 



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67 
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72 
37 
53 
82 
74 
64 
95 
82 
70 
56 
65 
54 
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68 
73 
65 
61 
60 
52 
57 
61 
69 
69 
81 




Woman 's Basketball 



103 



Swimming & 



I he ^est Chester UNiversity s^iimmnq au\ diviNg 

teaivis uade a splash this year. Both 1he ueu SNd 
^oivieNs teaMs '^on several titles 1his seasoN The 
MeN ^ere cro^Ned ^i1h five chaiMpioNships 1hat 
placed Iheivi first In the region They rouNded out 1he 
seasoN '^ith a fhird place fiNish at 1he NCAA S^iMiviiNg 
aNd DiviNg ChaiMpioNships. The ^oi^eNS relay teaM 
^as earNed All-AiviericaN Honors at the NCAA 
S^iiviMNg and Diving ChaiMpionships The teaivi as a 
^ole finished seventh at the chaiMpionship this year. 







SwimiUig & Diving 



Sivind 








Snijiuiiim; & Diving 



West Chester UNiversity teNNis struggled ^ith a 

tough oppoNeNt liNe up this seasoN, Although the 
MeMS teaiM did Not have as successful as seasoN as they 
had hoped they stayed dedicated throughout the year 
It is quite obvious that it caN be challeNgiNg to be a 
studeNt alhlete, balaNCiNg sports ^ith acadeiviics. The 
^('OivieNs teaM ^as hopeful as the triui^phed over a 
1hree i^atch ^iNNi^g streak as ^ell as a shut out Match 
to 1he across to^N rival. CheyNey, on the last i^atch of 
the season 








Tennis 



107 



I he GoldeN RaMs Baseball teaM efdured au 

excruciatiNgly loNg seasoN this year The seasoN begaN 
\u February in Myrtle Beadi. SC aNjd did NOt e^d until 
May In JohNsto^N. PA aNjd packed m sixty- ONe gaivies 
aNd several double headers Despite the rigorous 
schedule the Raivis displayed iiMpressive ball skills The 
boys '^ON their first sixteen gaivies straight pulling 
theivi into an all arouNd successful season Matt 
Cotellese ^as naivied to the All-ECAC teaM, he ^as the 
only player froivi ^CU to be given this honor. It is 
obvious that ^est Chester has au iivpressive baseball 
prograM. tvo aluivini ^ere signed to A League and 
Single A teaivis this year. Lots lays ahead for these 
^CD players' 




OppONieNt 





Caldvell 

FeficiaM 

Mercv 

PeNN 

UMass 

V Mass : 

Nev Haver 

BlcoMfield 

PhtladelFhialM\ersi^ 

L'MiversTtyot ScieNo" 

BryaNt DH 

Bi^aNt DH 

Pace m 

Coh.'rvfci3 \JNia-i DH 

CafifOTNiaiPAi T 

Millersville Dh 
Mittersvtlle QH 

fast StroLdsbi 
Fast StTOLdiu 
LISP 

Philadelpfiia 
Ma^6field 
MaNsfie 
ShippeMi)!jq 
81co^6buTq Otii^ 
Bloo^6burq TO 
UM\-?T^ty of Sae^ces 
KybrtovN Dh 
'TlIzTo'!. n CH 

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Kt'tZtO*'N 
KL'TztOVN 
-Concord- . ■ 
ShppeMiunj 
Pi1t-Jch^^to*'N' 
Sh^DpeMiuig 




Baseball 109 



ANoflier successful season ^as achieved by the Lady 

RaMs Softball teaM These girls ^on thirty -tvo of 
their fifty- four gaivies a^d triuiMphed over several shut 
ouf qaiMes Not ONly ^as the teaM victorious as a teaivi 
but had i\^Ny personal achieveivieNts as ^ell A total of 
five players, EriN MacNaiviee. Tara ColaNtuoNO IVIeqaiM 
Harbauqh, Alisha DelVlarizo aNd JaMie IVlcCoiMb, ^ere 
awarded ^ith All -League HoNors. This is the iMOst 
NuiMber of players to be hoNored m oue seasoN siNce 
1996 A great teaivis starts ^ith a great coach. 
Obviously a teaM such as this is rooted ^ith good 
coachiNg. Coach DiaNe Lokey ^as i^aivied Coach of the 
Year for 2008. CoNgratulatiONS all/ 



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LiNColN DH 
^est Georgia 
SaleM iNterNatioNa] 
.l^Ncler 
Ifeepherd 
Augusta St 
j^Jc/est Liberty 
ArMstroKj 
ArMstroNg 
ChovdN 
ifikesville 
Oio^aN 
ChowaN DH 
Bovie State 
^iliviiNgtON 
ChestNutHill 
JlJP DH 
doldey BeacoM 
Maf5field DH 
Millersville DH 
BlooM|jyEg DH 
East Sfroudsburg DH 
ShippeNsburg ' DH 
KutztowN DH 
MaNsfield DH 
Coluivbia Union DH 
East Stroudsburg DH 
Millersville- [|i 
ShippeNsburg **bH 
BkJoK^urg DH 
KulztovN DH 
CaliforNia (PA) 
Bo^e State 
KutztovN 



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Softball 



111 



The ^CU ^oiMfNs Lacrosse teaM started off the 

seasoN ^ith a disappoiNtiNg 8-9 decisioN aqaiNst 
LiiviestoNe. however redeeivimg theiMselves later in 
the seasoN triuMphiNq over theM ^i^ith a score of 
17-9 ReiN^arkably, this was the ONly loss the RaMS 
suffered froivi this seasoN' Coach of the Year. GInnv 
MartiNO led ^est Chester to their second National 
chaMpioNship, as well as the fif1h straight PSAC title.' 
There were MaNV iNdividual hoNors as well Stephanie 
KieNle, who was also Naivied player of the year, Jackie 
Baker. Katy Crouse. CourtNey WiitiNg. and Mary Beth 
Green were Naivied All-AiviericaN Also KienleBaker. 
and Crouse were first teaM All-ECAC Greatness is in 
store for this teaiM in 2008-2009. 






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LiMestoNe 
BelMDNt Abbey 
Slippery Rock 
1V!illersvi1le 
Lock HaveN 
ShippeNsburg 
BlooMsburg 

iUP 
East Stroudirtjrq 

GaNNON 

Slippery Rock 

IVIillersville 

Lock HaveN 

ShippeNsburg 

BlooMsburg 

1L)P 

East Stroudsburg 

East Stroudsburg 

Lock HaveN 

LiMestONe 

C^. Post 



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Lacrosse 



113 



Kugby is oue of the iviost iNteNse sports offered for 

^OTvieN at ^est Chester UNiversity It is a full coNtact 
au\ very fast paced sport This seasoN the ^CU 
^oivieiMS Rugby teaiv) captured its second straight EPRU 
ChaiMpioNship The RaM s '^eNt up agaiNst 1he PriNceto^ 
Tigers Before the RaM s the Tigers had ^on this title 
six out of the past teN seasoNs An excitiNg gaivie 
agaiNst Ja^es MadisoN UNiversity advaNced ^est 
Chester to the seiviifiNals It ^as a victorious day for 
^CU. as they shut out JIVIU iN a 25-0 decisioN This 
April, ^est Chester hosted the secoNd aNNual NCAA 
^OMeNs Rugby CoNtest ^CU ^eNt up agaiNst 
Norwich ^ere they earNed aN ii^pressive 43-20 
gaivie f 






OppoMeiMt 




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PasterN llliNois 

PriMcetoM 

ShippeMsburg 

PeNN State 

Dela^a 

Navy 

PriiMcetOM 

North CaroliMa 

Jaivies IVIadisoN 

PeiMN State, 

VirgiNia 

Norwich 

Navy 

BrowN 

UCLA 

AriMy 





Us 



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17 
12 

25 

10 

19 

24 

25 

17 



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24 

12 

39 

8 



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5 

33 


48 
5 

17 

52 
29 




Rugby 



115 



I he ivieN au\ ^oi^aN s golf teaivis i\^e ^est Chester 

University proud this season. The iMens teaiM ^on 
the tveNty-lhird aNNual Collegiate Shootout located 
m Hershey, Also, they placed fourth at the PSAC 
ChaiN^ioNship ^ay to go GoldeN RaMS' The ^oivieNs 
teaivi did Not disappoiNt either. The Lady RaMs 
brought hoivie the FraNkliN & Marshall iNvite title. 
Also, they rouNded out the seasoN at the Gettysburg 
iMvitatioNal ^ere they eariMed a third place finish, 
Wth i^e^ recruits on their ^ay \u Fall 2008 it is 
obvious that another successful season lay ahead. 







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Organizations 




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Ge!\> Ramified 



140 



Organizations 



gcniors 2008 




Laurel Abate 



Shahadah 
Abdul-Rashid 



Ryan Achuff 



William Addis 



Kelly Ahem 




Stephanie Aiello 



Kristian Ali 



Kristin Althouse Stacey Alvanitakis Daniel Alvisi 




Jermeshia Ames Rebecca Anderson Heather Andl Catherine Andrews Steve Antonis 




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Jessica Arrison 



Tina Ash 



Felicia Bader 



Ashley Baker Tiffanie Ballou 



144 



Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Jennifer Balzarano Jordan Bandy Annmarie Baran Kathleen Barbian Lisa Barry 




Alicia Basaras Jacalyn Bassetti 



Ashley Beaver Allison Beese 




Christina Belfatto 



Erin Bell 



Tanisha Belton Margaret Bennis Blair Berger 




Ryan Berger Kenneth Bergeron Steven Berman 



John Besore 



Paul Bizon 



Seniors 2008 



145 



Seniors 2008 




Kathryn Black Kimberly Black Austin Boddy 



Mary Boland 



Ryan Boll 



1 




Shannon Bonini Barbara Bookwalter Jaclyn Boone Jeremy Bowers Amanda Boylan 




Danielle Brandis Amanda Brinkman 



Cara Brittingham 




Kelly Brobson Geoffrey Brockman 




Megan Brockway Kimberly Brodhead Ashley Brody 



Brian Brooks 



Shelly Brooks 



146 



Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Christopher Brown Sarita Brown Jessica Browne Allison Brubaker Giancarlo Brugnolo 




Michael Brumbaugh Alexis Brunner Michael Bryan Taryn Buono Stephanie Buridiardt 




Laura Bums 



Stacey Busch 



Margaret 
Butler-Arango 



Taryn Cain 



Katie Calarco 




Lindsay Callaghan Sounkaro Camara Elizabeth Campanese Caitlin Caniz 



Eric Capers 



Seniors 2008 



147 



.Seniors 2008 







Megan Careless Andrea Carini 



Robyn Can- 



Ashley Carter 



Kateria Carter 




Taylor Case 



Thomas Cassidy Brandice Caulfield Brandon Chaiko Tiffany Charles 




Scott Cheek Najiyyah Cheeseboro Nicole Cheikh Stephanie Childers Gemm Christie 




Michelle Ciasca Andrea CipoUoni 



Shantese Clark Joseph Clements 



Sarah Clerico 



148 



Seniors 2008 



.Seniors 2008 




Maureen Clifton Bemadette Cohen Hershel Cohen Tara Colantuono Tiffanv Coleman 




Katherine Colman Laura Condos Douglas Conner Maryclaire Connors Jennifer Coppola 




Kaitlyn Coyne Joseph Cross 



VyCu 



James Curtis Hillary D'aprile 




Silvio D'ercole 



Susan Dake 



Lisa Dalton 



Ahcia Daniels India Daniels 



Seniors 2008 



149 



Seniors 2008 



Alison Dardine Susan Davidson Brittney Davis 




Jenna Davis 



Mark Deemilio 



Christopher 'rocky' 
Davis 



1 




Sterhng Davis 



WilHam Davis Meghan Decesare Kristen Decker 




Sarrah Deets 



Jaclyn Deihl 



Joseph Delacy Michael Dellamotta 




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Lauren Demarco Danielle Dembrosky Andrew Demetor Tammy Deminski Kevin Denisewicz 



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150 



Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Sarah Dennis 



Tracy Derban Rachel Derito Michael Desumma Laura Devinney 




Michael Devitt Ryan Devlin 



Seybou Diallo Jacqueline Diamond Michael Diantonio 




Rita Diantonio Sharisse Dickerson Megan Dickman Philip Diclemente Angela Difihppo 




Alyson Difiore 



Mary Dilks Natalie Dinardo Ryan Dinneen Laura Dipiero 



Seniors 2008 



151 



gcniors 2008 

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Paul Direnzo 



Joana Disanti 



Robert Dix 



Kevin Dodson 




Katherine Doe Danielle Doleniak Donna Dollard Christine Donahue Krystle Donnelly 




Allison Dougherty Maria Dougherty Tricia Dougherty Rebecca Douglas Victoria Dover 




Virginia Dow Craig Downing 



152 



Seniors 2008 



gcniors 2008 




Danielle Duardo Maggie Dudley Meghan Duffy Shanee Dunn Katharine Durkin 




Jessica Eastwood Keila Echevarria Jordan Edelman Kelli Edmonds Shannon Eisenberger 




Ashley Elliott Michael Ellis Amanda English Alison Epstein Caitlin Ervin 




Laura Esche Jessica Esposito Megen Evans Alex Farhat Ryan Feeney 



Seniors 2008 



153 



Seniors 2008 




LaneyFeeser Lateef Ferguson Michael Femandes Jessie Fernandez Diana Ferreri 




John Finnerty Anthony Fiorentino Lindsey Fischer Marietta Fisher Justin Flamini 




Angela Flear Catherine Fletcher Jonathan Fletcher Michael Flynn Jennifer Fogarty 




Lindsay Foix 



Velva Foster Christina Fotoglou Karen Francica Christina Frasca 



54 Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Katelyn Frate Laura Fredd Catherine Frein Donald Fries Megan Fritchman 




Elizabeth Fry Alyssa Fuentes Kimberiy Fulmer Daniel Furman Frank Gailey 




Steven Galette Joseph Gaudio James Gehring Julia Geisel 



Jessica Gemerek 




Hillary Gendler Lawrence Gentile Lisa Gentile Lyndsay George Ryan Gerber 



Seniors 2008 



155 



Seniors 2008 




Sara Gerhart 



Danielle Gerrity Marisa Giancaterino Amanda Gift 



Kristen Gilia 




Krista R Gilmore Jennifer Giovanetti Jillian Glace Alisha Glembocki Matthew Glisson 




Nyankah Goba Rachel Goldberg Rachel Goldenberg Kevin Golebiewski Ryan Gombar 




Salvador Gomez Tijania Goodwin Kelly Gordaychik Gabrielle Gomey Lauren Gottstein 



56 



Seniors 2008 



gcniors 2008 




Lindsay Gould Brandon Gracey Heather Graewe Rachel Gray Jennifer Greenbaum 




Stuart Greenberg Cabrey Grey 



Alexis Griffin Natalie Griggs Elizabeth Grubb 




John Gulezian 



Nuah Gweh Nathaniel Haberle Daniel Hadley Stephan Haemmerle 




Amit Hafri 



Jaclyn Hall Jinnelle Hammond Colleen Hanna Nicole Hanna 



Seniors 2008 



157 



Seniors 2008 




Brooke Hantman Brandan Hargrose Maral Haririakbari Brad Harkins Dante Harrington 




Sarah Hartman Jessica Harwood Lauren Hatton Margaret Haug Trevor Haverluk 




Heidi Hawkins Jennifer Heavlow Nichole Heck Matthew Heigh 



Jessie Heller 




Chara Henderson Laura Hennessey Andrew Hicks 



Melissa Hinde 



Jessi Hirsch 



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Seniors 2008 




My (faith) Hoang Corrie Hodge 



Alison Hohman 



Megan Hokaj Denise Hollenbeck 




Cathy Holskin Melanie Holwood 



Amy Horan 



Danielle Horst Linda Houliston 




Katie Houston Amanda Howenstine Heather Howiszak Elizabeth Hritz 



Jessica Huckin 




Megan Hudak 



Katie Huenke Bethanv Hummel Amanda Hunter 



Justin Hunter 



Seniors 2008 



159 



gcniors 2008 




Alexis Hurter 



Brittney Idland Kristin Jacobson 



Sarah James 



Julie Janderchick 




Jessica Jarvis 



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Lauren Jewell Amanda Johnson Anastasia Johnson Diane Johnson 




Kristen Johnson Sarah Johnson 



Steven Johnson Melissa Johnston 



Colleen Jones 




Nicole Jones 



Rebecca Jones Sharmane Jones 



Bethany Jordan 



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Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Lauren Jumper Carolyn Kacergis Courtney Kalbach Fatmata Kamara Stephen Kamau 




Maureen Kane Brandon Kaplan Julie Karcher Daniel Karlyn Alex Kaslowitz 




Monica Katz 



Kellv Keane 



Devon Keifer Kathryn Kelly Kristine Kelly 




Shannon Kelly Elyse Kelsey 



Danielle Kerr 



Molly Killian Tonita Kirkpatrick 



Seniors 2008 



161 



Seniors 2008 




Kristen Kizewich Samantha Klein 



Andrea Kliss 



Lauren Kluka 



Kathryn Knight 




Nemadia Knuckles Erin Koehler 



Joell Koller 



Stephanie Kondra Alexis Korchynsky 




David Kosa 



Karen Kosloff Sherri Kowalczuk Sonya Kozak Benjamin Krasnisky 




Daniel Krastev Janine Kratohwill Brandon Kratz 



Katey Kreider Melanie Krevitz 



Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Krystal Kubichek Mark Kuhn 



Michael Kutulka 



Hyun Kwon 



Kira Labagh 




Dana Labriola 



Ted Lai 



Christa Lancellotti Matthew Lander Donnielle Landes 




Lindsey Large 



Lisa Larocco 



Rebekah Larson 



Bridget Law 




Svlvia Lebrun 



Robert Leconey Christina Lengyel Kai Leszkowicz 



Nicole Levine 



Seniors 2008 



163 



Seniors 2008 




Charlene Lewis Rachel Lichter Christopher Lindsay Jessica Litano Brittney Lough 




Lauren Lubas Isha Lucas Jennae Luecke Jason Lukachinsky Ryan Lutz 




Nicholas Lynn Colleen Maccrory Shannon Mack Shane Madden Janine Magnatta 




Valerie Mahala Elizabeth Maholick Elizabeth Mahon 



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James Majka 



Seniors 2008 




Rachel Malavolta 



Susan Malone 



Ashley Manta 



Bryan Marchefsky 




Jerome Marcus 



Heather Marshall 



Erin Martin 



Abigail Marunyak Amanda Mashack 




Melissa Masinick 



Michael Massa 



Shauna Massucci Thomas Matijasich 



Colleen Mayer 




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Jontee Mays 



Christian Mayumik Kelly McAllister 



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Jamie McComb Megan McConaghy 




Seniors 2008 



165 



Seniors 2008 




Kelly McConahy Alana McCullough Kelly McDevitt Jane McDonald James McDonough 




Colleen McGinnis Erin McGrail Kim McGrath Erin McKieman Kevin McLeish 




Lauren McReynolds Nicholas Meehan Andrea Megill Kara Meldrum Cara Melmid 




Elissa Mendenhall Amy Menginie Joseph Menta Michael Mezzasalma Joshua Middleton 



166 



Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Marcel Mike Theodore Milbum Dean Millard Deborah Millard Gregory Miller 




Heidi Miller Kelly Miller 



Lyle Miller Leigh Milligan Corinne Milne 




Cortney Milner Lindsey Milroy Stephen Mincer Rebecca Mitchell Stephanie Mitchell 




Suzanne Mitchell Shawn Mixon Brittanv Monastra Alana Moran Martha Morkun 



Seniors 2008 



167 



Seniors 2008 




Kelly Morris Matthew Morris Casey Morse Kristi Motyka Katie Moyer 




Michael Muckley Stephanie MuUer Michael Mullin Alexander Murdoch Kathleen Murphy 




Denise 
Murphy-Cupit 



Jody Anna Murtaugh Shannon Mushock Kristen Naab 



Laura Nadler 




Peter Nakonechni Evelyn Navarro Sessen Neguse Ashley Neubauer Terrell Nichols 



168 



Seniors 2008 



seniors 2008 




Candace Nickle Stephen Nicolai Cassandra Ninotti Laurel Nocella Carolyn Nuesch 




Michael O'brien Heather O'connor Ryan O'connor Kimberly O'donnell Hayley O'hagan 




Rvan O'hara 



Kevin O'neill Colleen O'shea 



Basil Odira Jamie Odonnell 





Ashlev Oliver Diane Oronzio Lauren Otto Celeste Overmiller Erin Owens 



Seniors 2008 



169 



Seniors 2008 




Nathan Owens 



Amanda Pajor Mitchell Palazzo Leighann Panetta Andrea Pannucci 




Joshua Papa 



Alene Papish 



Megan Parker 



Julie Parrish 



Bridget Parson 




Natasha Passante Brett Paterson Nikeisha Paynter Colleen Peachey 



Joan Peake 




Jacquelyn Peller Christina Perilli 



Joseph Perry 



Katrin Petka Lauren Pflaumer 







Seniors 2008 



seniors 2008 




Mark Phillips Samantha Phillips Kathryn Piccerillo 



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Jenna Pilkington 



Gayle Pincin 




Mary Pinto 



Jacob Piatt 



Gregory Polakoski Heather Potemski Nicole Poulos 




Jessica Powell 



Kaitlyn Preski Stephanie Presto 



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Christopher Quinn James Quinn 



Kellv Price 



Kelly Pyle 




Michael Quinn 



Jared Raben 



Amy Rae 



Seniors 2008 



171 



Seniors 2008 





Gary Ralph Lori Rankin Greg Raspanti Kathryn Ratzel 



Regan Reber 




Felicia Reilly Valerie Reinbold Justin Reiter 



Lindsay Reitz Stephanie Renson 




Ashley Rettig Shellyann Rhodes Kristina Ricci 



Denielle Rice Rebecca Richman 




Shannon Riddle Clayton Riepen Rebecca Riley 



Jcmma Ritto Thercse Roberts 



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Seniors 2008 




Juanita Robinson Rachael Rocks 



Sandra Roderig 



Gina Rodia 



Jeffrey Rogers 




Linda Rogers 



Lysa Rogol 



Daniel Roman 



Lisa Rosson 



Leanne Rowland 




Matthew Rowley Cindy Rozon 



Robin Rudner 



Briana Rudy 



Colleen Ryan 




Donna Sabatino 



Deena Sacks 



Anne Sager 



Amanda Sajczuk Christie Samaha 



Seniors 2008 



173 



Seniors 2008 




Brian Sand 



Holly Sandford Jason Sandler Nicole Santillo Garrett Santora 




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Kristina Santos Mallori Sapovchak Chiamara Saunders Mark Savage Michelle Savage 




Danielle Scardino Jacqueline See Erika Schachle Lisa Schaefer 



Kara Schaffer 




Kaitlin Schell Noelle Schieler Devin Schmidt Allison SchmoU James Schnatter 



Seniors 2008 



Seniors 2008 




Ashley Schneider Gabrielle Schultz Lora Scotese 



Carolyn Scott Angela Seiders 




Matt Sekkes 



Elise Seltzer Hannah Severtson Julie Sgrignioli 



Andrea Shade 




Alison Shafer Ashley Shapiro 



Lisa Sharitz Colleen Sheehan Denise Sheehan 




Megan Sheehan Pamela Sheetz Starree Shinnen Stephanie Shirk Megan Shisler 



Seniors 2008 



175 



Seniors 2008 




Heather Siegfried Paul Sigmans Andrew Silverman Tonya Sims Elizabeth Sinnott 




Jill Siter 



Amanda Slavin Jeffrey Slemmer Derek Slifer Jennifer Smith 




Kerri Smith Michelle Smith Tamara Smith Travis Smith Jennifer Smollinger 



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Victoria Smutek Tara Snyder 



Seniors 2008 




Kevin Speechley Shaun Spence 



Natalie Spina 



Jennifer Spinner Casey Spiwak 




Nicole Stankavage Patricia Starin 



Andrea Steck Jamie Steinberger Tynika Stevens 




Nicole Stevenson Alison Stewart Shannon Stewart Vanessa Stoke 



Melanie Stokes 




Stephanie Storino 



Danna Strahl Stephanie Stroppa Paul Sugzdinis 



Jessica Sumser 



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Tiffany Swedenburg Kristin Swope Krystle Sykes Melanie Szelak Melanie Szewczak 




Brian Taggart Sharla Taliaferro Matthew Taylor Brian Thomas Jacquelyn Thomas 




Markketta 
Thomason 



Constance 
Thompson 



Robyn Thompson 



Duane 
Thuraisingham 



William Toland 




Matthew Tomko Ellen Toth Jacqueline Touey David Trachtenberg Nancy Trinidad 



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Seniors 2008 




Brian Trojanowski Elizabeth Tucker Sasha TuU Jacqueline Turk Daniel Turkos 




Megan Uebele Maria Urban Jessica Urso Kristin Vancliff Jennifer Varga 




Jillian Verdecchia Ashley Villanueva Erica Volpe Danielle Volyand Amanda Waber 




Carolyn Waldov Michelle Walker Kareef Wallace Glenn Walrath Kathleen Walsh 



Seniors 2008 



179 



Seniors 2008 




KeUy Walsh 



Ashley Walton 



Sheila Wanjiru Whitney Warfield John Wamek 




John Wasiloski 



Jenna Watts 



Sara Weaver Jennifer Webster 



Christopher 

Weersing 




Sarah Wells 



Nicole Werkheiser Christopher Werner Kacey Wettach 



Kate Wetty 




Katelyn Whelan 



Lauren White Chantal Whitehead Amy Whiting Tamara Whittaker 



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Carol Wilde Rackelle Wilkinson Emily Williams Mark Williams Omar Williams 




Shawna Brooke 
Williams 



Lisa Wimble 



Gretchen Wint Robert Wiscount Hannah Wisniewski 




Donald Wittenwiler Cynthia Wong Glenda Wonsock Terrell Woodbury Dominique Wright 




Lyndsey Wyatt Kimberly Yancey Jordan Yaun 



Leeann Young 



Ashley Zech 



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181 



gcniors 2008 




Natalie Zinni 



Stephen Zuccarini 



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